There are far too many notes, fake texts and all manner of screeds to parse at this point. In the end, this contest basically turned into a sh*storm wherein voters can support anti-Catholic acrimony over so many unrelated sins without bothering to think about unmentioned atrocities.
So we're just going to take note of what stands out to us.
Accordingly, we share this quick collection of more links, news and some insight on a historic decision.
The basics . . .
Voters in Kansas on Tuesday will decide whether to eliminate a state constitutional right to abortion -- freeing lawmakers there to ban or severely restrict abortion access. It marks the first time in nearly half a century that abortion rights will be put to a popular vote -- and the first statewide vote on the subject since Roe v. Wade was overturned
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Amid a flurry of primary-day storylines involving election denial and the former and current president, a red-state setting provides the backdrop for one of the most consequential votes of the year. Voters in Kansas on Tuesday will decide whether to eliminate a state constitutional right to abortion -- freeing lawmakers there to ban or severely restrict abortion access.
TOPEKA, Kan - Counties across Kansas continue to see an upwards trend in voter turnout ahead of the primary election. Johnson County had 16 advanced voting sites and on the last day of advanced voting, the Johnson County Election office saw lines of people before doors opened.
Kansans will be the first to vote on abortion rights since Roe v. Wade was overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court.On Monday, it was the final push before Election Day.
LAWRENCE, Kan. - A Lawrence, Kansas, church alleges it was vandalized in response to its stance on Amendment 2. Security footage shows a man and woman in masks spray painting the sign outside of the Victory Bible Church, breaking crosses in the yard and spray painting "vote no," "protect choice" and "no forced birth" on the side of the building.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Residents in the Sunflower State will be the first to vote on an abortion-related ballot measure since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Kansans will weigh in on the "Value Them Both" amendment, a state constitutional amendment regarding abortion access, on Aug. 2.
Kansas on Tuesday will become the first state in the nation to let voters weigh in on abortion since the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. The closely watched vote offers the first popular look at voter sentiment in the wake of the decision striking down Roe, which eliminated a federal right to abortion and sent the matter back to the states.
On Tuesday, voters in Kansas will be voting on whether the state's constitution protects the right to an abortion. On one hand, this vote could be seen as a litmus test for how a traditionally conservative state reacts to the US supreme court overturning Roe v Wade, which guaranteed the right to an abortion nationwide.
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